Saturday 11th Jul, 2020
Union station rail incident. Photo: Oneida County

How was boy, 13, able to cause train wreck?

VIDEO: US officials have released stunning footage of a rail car ploughing into a station after a 13-year-old boy allegedly set…
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DP World West Swanson Dock, Port of Melbourne. Photo: David Sexton

Port sale to fund Victorian paddock to port infrastructure

The long-term lease of the Port of Melbourne to the private sector will fund the development of better infrastructure between…
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Eurotunnel Calais site. Photo: Florian Fèvre / Transports Urbains Français

Governments respond to Channel Tunnel’s migrant crisis

UK and French officials have responded to rail manager Eurotunnel’s appeal for help over thousands of migrants trying to cross…
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TasRail Wagons. Photo: TasRail

Rail bests road in Tasmania, study shows

A major TasRail study has suggested moving freight by rail rather than road will deliver an estimated $159 million in…
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First Chinese rail freight in Rotterdam. Photo: Port of Rotterdam

Rotterdam Port accepts first rail freight from China

The Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands has accepted its first freight railed from China, with a locomotive arriving at…
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Electronic Authority. Photo: 4Tel

Electronic Authority functionality a success on CRN

4Tel’s recent work installing Electronic Authority functionality on a NSW rail network is just one example of where digital technology…
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Container rail into Port Botany. Photo: Sydney Ports

Logistics Council welcomes Toll, DP World venture

The Australian Logistics Council has welcomed Tuesday’s announcement that logistics firm Toll Group and container stevedore DP World are in…
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Perth Stadium Station. Graphic: Transperth

Deloitte: Engineering construction down, but transport sector looks good

Engineering construction activity has now contracted for six straight quarters, and the trajectory of the contraction is set to steepen….
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